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. >> not that i know of. but it is always the fbi but whether under a regular court or the fisa court. >> in the same for voice mail and text messages?
for the country but not right now because when we identify a number we can give it to the fbi when they get probable cause they
for the individual in the country. it goes to the fbi for a probably cause warrant and a
>> yeah. >> thank you. you and i asked the fbi -- collected under the 215. he testified that the data collected under 215 is scrapped every five years or after five years, i think on a rolling basis. it is all meta data collected under other authorities also discarded after five years? >> so for nsa, it depends on the
this and want to make sure this 100% good. there cases where the fbi light started terrorist threat in the united states. if there's a terrorist threat in the united states and they get a warrant to go after that ari fisa then we can use fisma to go after that. we can look at hostages overseas u.s. hostages. we can look at this to attract industries because u.s. companies are considered u.s. persons under this law that are the targets of terrorist communications. what we are doing we are not creating social networks. we are doing that and the insinuation that we are doing that is flat wrong. i take exception to that. taking a classified document that dealt with foreign
over large portions of wood's body. >> now come 1980, we know we have a serial bomber. and so the fbi started working as a joint task force with atf and because we had bombs in the mail, with the postal inspection service. >> the task force dubs the investigation una bomb. university and airline bombings because those first were with university locations or airlines. >> from the beginning, the investigation is hampered by a lack of evidence. the unabomber's devices are relatively crude making it difficult to trace them back to their maker. >> there wasn't a lot of evidence left. and the evidence that we could identify, matches and pieces of wood, nails, were the things you could buy at any hardware store. >> we started calling him early the junk yard bomber. because in fact, he would make these bombs from scratch. he didn't go buy components and pieces of metal and that type of thing. he went out to piles of old abandoned cars, to carve off chrome to use in his bomb construction. he used scraps of wood. >> everything you find at a bomb scene, every piece of evidence is critical becaus
dead and injured. >>> the take down. a major bust by the fbi. heroin, cocaine, all available on one easy to access website. >>> and the chase, new video and how's gone all and the country. >>> the death of one of the best selling authors of all time. nightly news begins now. >>> from nbc world headquarters. >>> good evening. they talked into the night tonight in washington, but nothing's moving. the shut down continues. so does the anger across this country and the frustration with congress. earlier today, the president expressed his exaspiration at the defiance in washington. it's where we begin tonight with nbc's chuck todd. >> reporter: good evening. what was a glimmer of hope, a meeting that lasted more than an hour between the president and the four congressional leaders, it seemed maybe something would break. speaker boehner, though, after the meeting ended came out to the cameras right outside the west wing and appeared very frustrated. take a listen. >> the president reiterated, one more time, tonight, that he will not negotiate. we've got divided government. democrats contr
he ends up, this is how he ended up. this is fbi surveillance video outside a social club. now this is where in the mid 80's he paid his dues with the government. he became the most probable cause for the title three wiretap in a mafia commission case that came from the senior. so they can argue and they call with the championship season in the book that the mafia, the back of the mafia was broken when carmine persico on the left goes to prison head of the colombo and anthony, fat tony salervo and corally you have to have a middle name like if you are in the mob. anyway, they all go to jail and that is what makes giuliani. this is one of the stories and i'm linda tell you for my book that's like wall. anthony, another with a middle name, he was the boss of the family that kind of took over. he went after john and they put a bomb in front car of a guy named frankie and he wasn't there and he was blown to bits. so now there is a contract out and about three guys came and shot at him one day when he was eating an ice cream in his car and he survived. he wanted to know right away w
suspect who was arrested yesterday was evidently trying to -- had been trying to talk to the fbi and was unsuccessful in doing that, and thought this might be a good way to get in contact with the fbi. and that's what started the incident yesterday. >> so what is the fbi telling you? what were his motives? >> i don't have any of those details, but he thought it -- in his mind appropriate to get in contact with the fbi by starting an incident at the airport. >> okay. we have a second suspect -- or second person that was arrested yesterday, rather. and you just learned more about that individual. >> this was a person who as we understand had some other issues -- happened to be in the security check point line at the time and when the incident happened, decided to run from the security, causing some suspicion whether he was involved with the first individual, and when he was stopped and detained he was later interviewed and it was determined by the officers that the two individuals were not related and were not connected with the primary incident. >> michael, i appreciate. thank you
, washington. >>> the fbi today shut down what it's calling the most sophisticated internet site in the business of selling hard drugs including heroin, cocaine and lsd. our justice correspondent pete williams following this story for us in our d.c. newsroom tonight. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, fbi agents say they have been closing in on the operation for two years, even making over 100 purchases of illegal drugs from the site and having it all shipped to them in new york. anyone trying to log onto the site today found this notice -- shut down by the fbi. when it was running, federal prosecutors say the website known as silk road was the biggest bazaar for illegal drugs on the internet, an international marketplace with a sideline in illegal hacking software. prosecutors re veal ed today uh they arrested the man accused of rub running the site, a 29-year-old with degrees in physics and engineering. >> he was a dream for drug users. he was very technically adept and was able to hide both the website he put together and the actual sale s of illegal drugs that drug selle
to dan borelli 11 with your expertise with the fbi what degree of confidence do we have on the identity of these americans over very in terms of who are they and can't we get along the no-fly list? are they on the no-fly miss? one of a threat to the homeland with respect to the returning after being trained and recruited in the war on terror? >> with regard to your first question, in terms of being able to positively identify these individuals, get them on the proper watch list and so forth a lot of progress has been made. i have been outside the fbi for three years icahn speak to what happened in the gap from one i retired until today but when i did leave the fbi we had a fairly high degree of confidence, nothing is 100%. this is where we need to engage the community to help us help the fbi identified these people, to know when they leave the grid and confirm the fact that they had joined the ranks of al-shabaab. secondly to your other point, the risk to the homeland i would say is definitely there. i don't know if it is higher today than it was a month ago but my fear is a type of sit
anything tonight that upset you, ok. [applause],, but the f-b-i says this baya entrepreneur is actually an in . >>> this is kpix 5 news. >> he looksz leek your average tech guy, but the fbi says this bay area entrepreneur is actually an international drug kingpin who ran a billion-dollar empire off his laptop. good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm ken b wstida. users could buy anything they wanted from heroin to hit men. joe. >> ken, the fbi says hidden away fl something called the teep web, part of the internet most of us have never heard of. now,itis gone. fbi shut it down. the san francisco owner who went by the name dread pirate roberts, he's behind bars. >> just last year during an interview with a friend, ross said he wanted to do right. >> i want to have had a substantially-positive impact on the tuch of humanity by that time. >> today he's in jail. >> staffers at the glen park ranch here a commotion coming from the science fiction area of the library and identified themselves from the fbi and said they were making an arrest. >> before the feds shut it down, federal court docu
-dollar website selling everything from drugs to hit men. the fbi tracked the man they believe posed as dread pirate roberts and arrested him at a public library. >> one more week, that's how long bart and the unions have to negotiate before the cooling- off period is over. the two sides are chipping away at the $100 million gap between them. kpix 5's anne makovec has the new numbers as contract talks continue. there's some movement. >> reporter: not nearly enough. the two sides are very far athe pa. bart macment went late into the night last night poring over the union numbers trying to get closer to those demands. in the meantime passengers at stations like this one wait to find out what's next. >> it's people like me who use the bart to get home and to work. you know, it's going to be stressful. >> reporter: the latest union proposal asks for a 3.75% raise over two years and 4% the third and a 10th of a percent raise for every 10th of a percent that weekly ridership goes above bart projections. the unions also want bart to reimburse workers 72 cents for every dollar they contribute to thei
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. in a letter sent to senator rand paul in july, the fbi out why and how it used these machines in 10 separate instances since 2006 for surveillance on kidnappers, as well as for search and rescue missions. the aclu is worried about other, more nefarious uses. a senior policy analyst said, "no agency, including the fbi, should deploy domestic surveillance drones without first having strong policy guidelines in place." he went on to lay out one of the aclu's main demands for using these vehicles. congress should pass legislation introduced by -- introduced that requires law enforcement to get judicial approval before deploying drones, and explicitly forbids the arming of these machines. i was joined earlier by the director of the domestic surveillance project at epic. i asked her if these new domestic grown revelations are all that surprising. >> we know the fbi has drones and has been using them. there was an incident in alabama where a little boy was kidnapped. the fbi flew drones over the bunker he was held in to get a better view. i do not think anybody would object to their use to rescue k
during the great depression. >> yesterday a former senior fbi official testified before the house foreign affairs committee on militant group al-shabaab and why he feels it could become more of a global threat if the united states won't counter its influence. al-shabaab is this tamale-based group that took credit for last week's attack at a canyon shopping mall. this is just over two hours. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> this hearing will come to order at this time. today we are going to meet to assess the threat and i would ask all members to take their seats at this time. today we are going to discuss the threat from al-shabaab which is al qaeda's franchise in the horn of africa. we are going to discuss the threat that it poses to somalia combat the threat to the horn of africa, to the region and the threat that it can -- poses to us. al-shabaab translates to the youth and that organization officially swore allegiance if you recall last year in february to al qaeda but the leadership for many years al-shabaab had been working closely wit
developments and you can get breaking news by following us on twitter abc 7 news bay area. >> fbi has arrested a san francisco man they say masterminded a black market bazaar online for illegal drugs. authorities say he built and maintained a creek set site. the fbi says criminals traded drugs and assassinations for years. the fbi says he made $3 million in bit coins a virtual occurrencey used in innet transaction that's saw a drop in value after today's announcement. he may have lived in san francisco he was arrested yesterday. at the glenn park library and arraigned today in federal court. prosecutors are now considering whether to file charges in the death of a young asiana air lines crash victim hit by a san francisco fire truck. it's a story i team has been following since the crash happened. the 16-year-old was one of three who died after the crash july 6th. findings presented to the family reveal she had fatal injuries to her head and pelvis. >> san jess yeah jury found a former day care worker guilty of sexually abusing nine children, convicted yesterday on 30 counts of child moles mol
, and the fbi says a san francisco man is the mastermind. good evening, i'm julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. it is an invisible website that's hidden on something known as the deep web. federal prosecutors call it an underground digital bazaar that allows drug makers to peddle drugs. new details in ktvu's jana katsuyama, with what she's uncovered by the man accused of creating the silk road website. >> reporter: frank, i read through the fbi's 39 page complaint that was released today, they specifically mention an internet cafe. they tell me that they know that he often works on his computer here. >> just sits, drinks coffee, talked to people i guess. i never spoke to the guy ever. >> reporter: regular customers tell me they recognize the photo of 29-year-old ross olbricht. this man says they sometimes make small talk. >> he's a normal, every day guy. the average guy that is very un assuming. >> what would he do in the cafe? >> worked. on what? who knows. >> reporter: agents say it became a sophisticated -- they traced the ip address to the cafe, 500 feet from the hickory street
Ángeles, el fbi ha encontrado un vinculo entr las bandas criminales como la ms y los latinkings para poder asegurar el tráfico de droga de estados unidos a méxico, esto pudimos encontrar en las calles de los Ángeles y el vnculo que hay entre narcotraficantes y el crimen organizado. >>> más de 100 pandilleros fueron arrestados la semana pasada, la investigación que duró alrededor 2 años tenía como objetivo principal lastimar las operaciones de los carteles de la droga en estados unidos. >>> los carteles entraron en europa, en africa donde hay plata y droga van a trabajar. >>> un informe del fbi revela que 23 pandillas en estados unidos trabajan para poder ingresar drogas al país, también la protección de carteles en prisiones estadounidenses. >>> tiene la intención de necesidad y apoyarse. >>> entre las pandillas aliadas, está la m, la ms13, y los latinkings que operan principalmente en el área metropad e los Ángeles >>> realmente no tenemos suficientes oficiales para las áreas que tenemos que patrullar. >>> la operación policiaca de newtown en los Ángeles, se preocupa d
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know the fbi is on the scene along with metropolitan police department officers from washington, d.c. what do you know? >> reporter: well, when the scene -- when this scene first unfolded, the fbi thought they were responding to shots fired near the capitol, near garfield circle on the west side, near the senate side of the capitol. it now appears that they think the situation is going to be handled by the metropolitan police. it basically looks like a car chase that went really bad. you know this area very well. it's not a place where you run away from the cops and get away from them. it's very heavy police presence in this area. and it appears that none of the shots were fired by any suspect. it appears at this time that the only shots were fired were those by the police. they were trying to stop this car and trying to figure out what was making this driver drive so erratically and trying to get away from them. given the recent situation at the navy yard, obviously police are on heightened alert and given the furloughs and so on, i'm sure this is -- these are all things that play
and fbi. i cannot comment on that at this point. [inaudible question] >> how did ultimately end? >> there was a crash. officers. >> how can terrorism be ruled out? you are thee giving facts we know. i'm not ruling anything out. i am pretty confident this is not an accident. >> what i said was it is not be. -- up here -- appear to --ant officers cap the perimeter heroically.esponded thank you very much. that was the chief of the u.s. capitol police. lanier, and edhy donovan of the secret service. >> we have learned more about the woman involved in this. she was shot and killed by police. >> greta kreuz in the newsroom. we are hearing the one was a mother. releasedme is not been officially prayed multiple sources have told me that this at 34 yield woman from stamford, connecticut. her daughter is 15 months old. she had worked as a dental hygienist for a small firm in connecticut until about a year ago. i spoke this afternoon with the co-owner of that company. dr. tommy that she was fired from her job. he not going to specifics. should work for a year with the company. then she lef
investigation after watergate that exposed various awful deeds of the cia and fbi and so on. i am really interested in the stories. the stories that keep getting told again and again. sometimes they sound familiar just to put different names in them. what those stories say, because even when conspiracy theories have nothing true about the objects of the theory it says something true about the anxieties and experiences of people who believe it. they are a form of folklore, they catch on and worth paying attention to. the first half of the book lays out five primal archetypal conspiracy stories that are told over and over. i will give you their names, you can inquire more about them in the question and answer if you like, the enemy outside, the enemy within, the enemy below, the enemy above and the benevolent conspiracy because sometimes there are conspiracies that are supposed to be the good guys. the second half of the book looks at the last half century of american history, through the lens with the tool kit of the -- that i set out in the first half of the book, from watergate to weigh
at the numbers. fbi stats show there were more than 3800 rob flis oakland this year, up 24% over last year, making oakland the nation's robbery capitol. if the surge continues, the san francisco chronicle reports 2013 could be a record year with robberies up more than 80% over the last three years. the suspect in this robbery bizarrely returned to pick up his car this morning, giving employees time to call police. >> that suspect was captured on surveillance video. when he came back to the shop, the owner tells me the suspect is now behind bars. live in al immediate, christin ayers, kpix a. >> the fbi numbers show homicides under violent kriems dropped in oakland. >>> there is little movement in the bart talks tonight. some good news. the union representing train operators and station ajents made new often just before braking for the evening. they wouldn't tell us exactly what it was, but back in august, unions asked for a 21-and-a-half percent raise. they came down to 17% in september. bart has held steady at a 10% raise offer. now, we could find out tomorrow what the union's new proposal
, you number it. >> reporter: just look at the numbers. fbi stats show there were more than 3800 robberies in oakland this year up 24% over last year making oakland the nation's robbery capital. if the surge continues, the "san francisco chronicle" reports, 2013 could be a record year with robberies up more than 80% over the last three years. christin ayers, kpix 5. >> the fbi numbers show homicides and other violent crimes have dropped in oakland. >>> nearly 2 months after an 8- year-old girl was shot and killed at a sleepover in oakland, police say they finally have the people who they believe did it. 22-year-old darnell williams and 27-year-old joseph carroll are both charged with murder now. alaysha carradine would have been in the third grade this year. instead she is one of oakland's youngest murder victims of the year. her mother is happy her caused accused killers have been caught. >> i have been waiting for this day since the day i got the phone call that she was dead. no more years with my daughter. and i don't want them to see any more years -- i don't want them to see
heroin to hit men. kpix 5 reporter joe vazquez with how the fbi tracked the man he they believe posted as dread pirate robber. >> pretty sure i want to start a family in the next five years. >> reporter: last year during a youtube interview with a friend, ross ulbricht said he wanted to do right. >> i want to have a substantial positive impact on the future of humanity by that time. >> reporter: today he is in jail, the fbi busting the accused multimillionaire druglord at the public library. >> staffers heard a commotion and crash coming from the science fiction area of the library and they identified themselves as from the fbi and saying they were making an arrest. >> reporter: before the feds shut it down, federal court documents say ulbricht's website called silk road sold more than $1 billion of illegal drugs in just two years. the site also sold other illegal services from fireworks to fake ids to hit men. in fact, that's what the fed say ulbricht did, hired a man to kill someone who threatened to extort him. the fbi says ulbricht lived here on hickory street in hayes valley back
we shoot them? ...an old friend who used to inform on you to the fbi... you know spies -- a bunch of bitchy little girls. ...family, too... hey, is that your mom again? ...if you're desperate. someone needs your help, michael. bottom line -- as long as you're burned, you're not going anywhere. as a spy, you try to work only with an experienced team. going into the field with someone who doesn't have the proper training is a recipe for disaster. there are times, though, when having a civilian on an operation
suspicious packages that forced the evacuation of a florida airport overnight. an fbi investigation now underway. we're there live. >>> the blame game, millions of americans voicing their anger over the government shutdown as both parties and the president point fingers. so who will blink first? >>> and mia's story. mia farrow speaks candidly to vanity fair on woody allen, scandals in their marriage and questions as to whether frank sanatra could be their son aus real father. today, october 2nd, 2013. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning, welcome to today on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm savannah guthrie along side natalie morales and al roker that just dropped a bomb on us. you say you have amazing video later. >> amazing video. you'll want to stay tuned for this. >> he'll show you next week. let's start with the suspicious packages that lead to tense moments at the jacksonville international airport. kerry sanders is there for us this morning. what happened. >> well
and hard to track e mail are used to buy and sell elicit drugs. the fbi says albright was a mastermind between the online drug black market. he was once quoted referring to his site as anonymous amazon.com this, is a story court interview on you tube. he was featured last year. court documents say he generated tens of millions in commissions by being the middle man for the sale of heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and other drugs. yesterday the 29-year-old man was arrested at the glenn park branch of the san francisco public library. albright arraigned today in court on charges related to money laundering, drugs and computer hacking. the fbi says he lived wheer a friend in an apartment on hickory street, a short block long road in the hays valley. during the investigation thorkts say they made more than 100 under cover buys of drugs from silk road ventors. prosecuters say he engaged in money laundering by using bit coins, a virtual occurrencey for transactions. according to documents, over the past two years, silk road used by several thousand drug dealers to sell $1.2 billion in illega
by the nickname dread pirate roberts. john blackstone has the latest on how the feds busted him. >> fbi agents entered the science fiction section of the san francisco library on tuesday and arrested this man, 29-year-old ross ulbrick. the self-proclaimed ent prez near is the master mind behind a billion dollar underground online drug market known as silk road. >> so the silk road was set up to be completely anonymous. hidden from law enforcement efforts. >> the silk road was shut down by the fbi on wednesday. those who attempted to visit instead saw this message. before it went dark the site functioned as an online marketplace, complete with shopping carts and product description. it includes illegal drugs from heroin to cocaine and guns, fake licenses and hacking services. >> this is a website through which it's estimated $1.2 billion passed. >> it was a sophisticated operation. >> they were able to ill filtrate the site. they made purchases themselves using undercover identities. >> according to the fbi he not only went onto become the largest digital drug lord but in a twist that seems str
. and it is the end of the road for an international drug kingpin who the fbi says ran a billion-dollar empire. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran explains how he did it all. >> reporter: the fbi shut down the website and the san francisco owner they say used the alias dread pirate robber from the princess bride is behind bars facing life in prison. >>> reporter: this was the man the fbi says ran a billion- dollar empire off of his laptop. just last year, he did this youtube interview with a friend. >> pretty sure i want to start a family in the next five years. i want to have a substantially positive impact on the future of hugh manhattan. >> reporter: this morning, ross ulbricht the accused druglord is waking up in jail. he was busted yesterday afternoon at the glen park public library. >> turned out to be plainclothes fbi agents and they identified themselves as being from the fbi and saying they were making an arrest. >> reporter: before the feds shut it downcourt documents say ulbricht's billion-dollar website called the silk road sold illegal services from fireworks to fake ids to hit men. in fact, t
. the fbi and pinole police closed the case in 2009 two years after serial killer curtis dean anderson confessed to kidnapping and murdering her. she was serving time for murdering another girl. amber's family has been skeptical. there was no physical evidence. a family friend started an on-line petition to reopen the case. pinole's police chief says he will talk to the fbi on tuesday for more information on why the case was closed. he says he will re-open it in pinole if he is not convinced the case should have been closed. next week will mark 20 years since another high-profile kidnapping case. polly klass was ab -- abducted after a slumber party. the kidnapperrer -- her kidnapper is now on death row. polly's father says he has not forgotten or for given the man who took his daughter's life. >> i will witness the execution with great joy. yes. i will drink champagne after he is snuffed. >> after polly's death mark klass started the klass kids foundation to prevent crimes against children. >> -- >>> a man started punching and kicking a woman at laguna street. a parking control officer
of a girl after it was closed. amber schwartz was seen in 1988. the fbi and pinole police closed the case in 2009 two years after serial killer curtis dean anderson confessed to kidnapping and murdering her. she was serving time for murdering another girl. amber's family has been skeptical. there was no physical evidence. a family friend started an on-line petition to reopen the case. pinole's police chief says he will talk to the fbi on tuesday for more information on why the case was closed. he says he will re-open it in pinole if he is not convinced the case should have been closed. next week will mark 20 years since another high-profile kidnapping case. polly klass was ab -- abducted after a slumber party. the kidnapperrer -- her kidnapper is now on death row. polly's father says he has not forgotten or for given the man who took his daughter's life. >> i will witness the execution with great joy. yes. i will drink champagne after he is snuffed. >> after polly's death mark klass started the klass kids foundation to prevent crimes against children. >> -- >>> a man started punching and
been operating the drones since 2006. the inspector general is implementing new guidelines. the fbi should ground all drones until then. >> the fbi is very secretive on how they fly drones and whether it protects americans or puts them at risk. >> reporter: they plan to in the future. the dea and u.s. marshals have them but no plans to use them . >>> requiring back up cameras on vehicles, the dot will issue a rule by 2011 but hasn't done so. most victims are children. they want the cameras to be standard equipment. >> everyone should be able to see when they back up. >> the dot will have rules in place by 2015 and people suing want it done in 90 days. >>> with a resurgence in home sales, supply is down. keeping sale price in their pocket. >> it is not easy selling your house without a skilled broker. more people are entertaining the idea. they don't want to pay the commission. >> the internet makes it easier to do it on line. >>> the first blind judge and now the first blind public address officer. >> i want to get across what i want in the stadium. >> he lost his sight due to a tum
. >> there was a petition asking the police and fbi to revisit the case started by those who provided daycare for amber. >> we have it open. now let's see what happens. >> amber's mother thinks the confession to the fbi was a lie to get off death row. >> he said all of the things he said which he could have made up. >> amber's mother drives by the house where it happened 25 years ago. she says now that the case has been reopened as weird as it sounds she says she considers herself the happiest mother of a missing child. >>> it marks the 20h an -- anniversary of the kidnapping of polly klass. he broke into a slumber party and tied up the friends and kidnapped the girl and then assaulted and killed her. he wants people to remember his daughter and davis is on death row awaiting execution for polly's murder. >>> a 21-year-old livermore woman killed in a drunk driving accident saved the lives of three people with organ donations. kristina was a nursing student at chico state. she was riding her bike back from school last month when a car hit her. a drunk driver was at fault. she says two babies in the bay
forensic science we now have. >> there was a petition asking the police and fbi to revisit the case started by those who provided daycare for amber. >> we have it open. now let's see what happens. >> amber's mother thinks the confession to the fbi was a lie to get off death row. >> he said all of the things he said which he could have made up. >> amber's mother drives by the house where it happened 25 years ago. she says now that the case has been reopened as weird as it sounds she says she considers herself the happiest mother of a missing child. >>> it marks the 20h an -- anniversary of the kidnapping of polly klass. he broke into a slumber party and tied up the friends and kidnapped the girl and then assaulted and killed her. he wants people to remember his daughter and davis is on death row awaiting execution for polly's murder. >>> a 21-year-old livermore woman killed in a drunk driving accident saved the lives of three people with organ donations. kristina was a nursing student at chico state. she was riding her bike back from school last month when a car hit her. a drunk driver was a
the f ei. >> -- the fbi. we don't know the condition of the suspect right now. we don't even know she was armed. but the overwhelming response is a sign of how jittery this city remains. howou are talking about jittery the atmosphere is. this is day three of the government shutdown. with the atmosphere already tense over that, what does the government say about what happened? happy lawmakers are very of the swift response by capitol police. this place was flooded with police. you couldn't really move. what we are waiting to see, of motive is what, if any, there was for the driver of that vehicle crashing into the white house and then speeding off down here towards congress. congress, as you can probably see, is pretty much back to normal an hour and a half after the incident. it is a sign of how tense washington remains him it takes the smallest thing to trigger such an overwhelming response. >> u.s. media are reporting that the woman driver has been killed. when do you expect to get enough to eat from the police? >> we think in something like half an hour or an hours time. we will he
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.2 billion on a website. it was shut down by the fbi on wednesday. the u.s. authorities have announced the arrest of a suspected operator of the platform in san francisco. investigators reportedly closed in on the 29-year-old suspect while piecing together his digital footprint. he has been charged with narcotics trafficking conspiracy computer hacking, and money laundering. he is thought to be the mastermind behind the website which is called the ebay for drugs. he had a system for buyers and sellers to rate products. great care was taken to protect his identity. the website was accessed by an encryption program and transactions were conducted using online currency called bit coy's. --coins. the fbi seized over $3.6 million worth of bit coins. its value dropped by over 20% after the story was publicized in the media. the u.s. is in the midst of a partial government shutdown because republicans and democrats are unable to reach an agreement on a funding bill. over 800,000 federal workers have been forced to take leave. comedians have brought a touch of humor. they have been posting on
and to the next. obviously the fbi background check system. when you go to buy a gun they do a check and see if you are in a prohibited category. >> the national and state criminal background check system that applies to sales of guns by federal a licensed dealers but not to private sales which might be to income of 15, 20, or even 40 percent. >> obama's says 40 because it's convenient for him, but that number is one of the things that is such a faucet. what do we really know? of that 28 percent of friends and family. i'm not trying to give my gun to michael. you know a german. >> you might not, but suppose you're a criminal. >> that is what they do. i think about 40 percent give them to friends and family. there probably criminals as well >> they're not going to be deterred by law. >> recalled of criminals because they don't really care and the one going to the dmv to give my gun. >> people who did straw buyers. >> that is a tough one. >> atf was a 47%. that's a huge number. >> that many criminals get there guns. >> work that is -- the center girlfriend and a buy the gun. the key to that is
avenue. the veteran officer has to be air lifted from the scene. fbi and capitol police catch one the woman near the hart building. at that time the police opened fire killing the woman snmpl we heard gunshots and we saw a car drive by with bullet holes. >>> we could smell the gun fire. >> police remove a 1-year-old child from the woman's car. the child is in good condition. as the chase unfolds, house and senate proceedings are suspended. people standing near the scene are rushed indoors. at 2:55 p.m., the lockdown lifted. later it is announced the officer injured during the chase is doing well. >> i join the majority leader in expressing our gratitude to the capitol police. >> we are learning about the suspect who led police on that chase. deb feyrick is in brooklyn. what can you tell us? i know you had to rush out there because you just got this information about why brooklyn is so significant. what have you found out? >> reporter: what we're learning is that federal law enforcement sources believe that her sister, the woman's sister lives in brooklyn. and they are attempting t
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